Ralph Breaks the Internet
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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Routine, somewhat distended development blunts impact of this British-made programmer.
The brilliant pre-Von Daniken anthropological theme of Kneale's script still guarantees interest.
All of its pseudo-scientific talk seemed to short-circuit the audience's interest -- in it and in themselves.
As well as providing a generous helping of shocks, Kneale's script gives his complex themes and theories plenty of space...
Easy to dismiss as camp folly, but you really shouldn't.
The third and best of the Quatermass films.
One of the high points of Hammer's film production, and a worthy addition to the cannon of films and TV realisations of the products of Nigel Kneale's probing, prescient imagination.
This is a movie with, to be blunt, a twenty-dollar budget -- but billion-dollar ideas.
Methodical in its pacing, building a level of dread with a payoff that fully justifies that atmosphere.
It's got more depth and action than films with ten times the budget.
the film i set out to watch was called five million years to earth and i was pleasantly surprised to discover that this was actually the famous quartermass and the pit of which i've been hearing for so many years. i know, i'm silly :p the effects look dated and somewhat cheesy but the premise is frankly brilliant and quite bleak. it's too bad hammer didn't have a bit more cash to put into this one. i didn't realize that quartermass had a whole series of films either. he was like an early x-files investigator and even had a beautiful lady scientist helping him out here. good stuff
A mystery arises when skeletons and a capsule made of almost indestructible metal are discovered in a subway excavation. Talky, sometimes intriguing horror masquerading as science fiction, with a memorably apocalyptic conclusion.
What a great movie! Scary sci-fi with a conscience.
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